Are you looking for a capable road bike for racking up some high-mileage days this summer? Look no further — we've got four great options for Canadian cyclists:

Devinci Silverstone SL2 — $1,100

Devinci Silverstone SL2 — $1,100

Balancing a comfortable riding position with an aluminum frame designed for acceleration, the Devinci Silverstone SL2 will take you from your first hillclimb to the finish line of a Gran Fondo. DeVinci
Mountain Equipment Co-Op National Bicycle — $1,300

Mountain Equipment Co-Op National Bicycle — $1,300

The large diameter wheels, wider tires and a more relaxed riding position on Mountain Equipment Co-Op’s National Bicycle are designed for efficient, puncture-free rolling on long distance journeys. MEC
Norco FBR — $1,300

Norco FBR — $1,300

What the upright riding position of Norco's FBR loses in aerodynamics, it makes up for in comfort and handling. With a road bike frame and components the FBR is ideal for long distance commuters and bike path addicts that still want to go fast. Norco
Trek Speed Concept 7.0 WSD — $3,000

Trek Speed Concept 7.0 WSD — $3,000

A dedicated triathlon bike will cost more than all other types. Only buy this style of bike — such as Trek's carbon fibre, wind tunnel tested Speed Concept 7.0 WSD — if you are focused solely on competing in triathlon or Ironmans. Trek